Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Set of Berg?res
? Morel & Hughes (cabinet maker)
Creation Date: 1812
Thomas Chippendale the Younger (1749-1822) (carver)
Creation Date:  c.1818-20

The timber acquired from the battlefield of Waterloo in 1818 by John George Children FSA (1777-1852), presented to George IV at Carlton House, 24 February 1821.

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Attributed to Robert Campbell (active 1754-93) (maker)
Creation Date: c.1780

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Thomas Chippendale (1718-79) (furniture maker)
Creation Date: c.1773

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Morel & Seddon (furniture maker)
Creation Date: c.1828

Each with carved and gilded borders of rosettes, spandrels between seat & back carved with a large flower on inner and outer edge. Covered with embroidered silk, on square section fluted legs with castors and on paw feet

Planned for George IVs Private Secretary Sir William Knighton’s office at Windsor Castle. Originally covered in green ground Gobelins tapestry, now lacking (H. Roberts, For the King’s Pleasure, London, 2001, pp. 181-185, acc. nos. 402-3, fig. 216).

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Morel & Seddon (cabinet maker)
Creation Date: c.1828
These armchairs form part of a very extensive suite of seat furniture made for George IV’s new Private Apartments at Windsor Castle. Originally consisting of fifty-six pieces (twelve sofas, sixteen armchairs and twenty-eight side chairs), the suite was divided between the Crimson Drawing Room and the Small or White Drawing Room and cost the enormous sum of ?13,886 (not including the material for upholstery). By 1830, a number of pieces from both rooms had been removed to the State Apartments or to store, owing to lack of space. Some of the excess pieces were used to complete the refurnishing of Buckingham Palace in the 1830s and 1840s.

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Fran?ois Herv? (active 1781-1796) (furniture maker)
Creation Date: 1790

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Vizagapatam [India] (place of production)
Creation Date: c.1700

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

James Wyatt (1746-1813) (designer)
Creation Date: 1807

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Morel & Seddon (cabinet maker)
Creation Date: c.1828

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Morris & Co [London] (furniture maker)
A pair of throne chairs in the Tudor style, close covered with scarlet damask, fringed and trimmed with silver braid, the back panel fixed with brass studs and appliqued with the Royal coat of arms in gold, silver and silk thread with the monograms GR or MR, and a York Rose on the X-frame.

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Thomas Chippendale (1718-79) (furniture maker)
Creation Date: c.1773

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Attributed to F B?hler [Frankfurt] (furniture maker)
Creation Date: c.1840-4
Materials: Stag horn and hoofs, pine and wool

The Central European taste for stag horn furniture was fully shared by Prince Albert. Returning from his first visit with the Queen to Coburg, he purchased several pieces, including these chairs, in Frankfurt. The sofa probably came from the Prince’s brother Ernest. All the horn furniture was kept at Osborne.

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Morel & Seddon (cabinet maker)
Creation Date: c.1828

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Pair of reading chairs. 

Attributed to Marsh & Tatham (furniture maker)
Creation Date: c.1805

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Attributed to Fran?ois Herv? (active 1781-1796) (furniture maker)
Creation Date: late eighteenth century

Кресла и стулья из королевской коллекции

Tatham, Bailey & Sanders (furniture manufacturer)
Creation Date: 1812

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